A Mountain Valley Home B&B Inn

Address: 1420 Axminster Lane, Estes Park, Colorado, 80517, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 1420 Axminster Lane, Estes Park, is near Estes Park Aerial Tramway, Kirks Flyshop & Mountain Adventures, Riverspointe Spa, and Snowy Peaks Winery.
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Historical Traveler Reviews A Mountain Valley Home B&B Inn Estes Park

Beautiful Wedding in Estes Park

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We were married April 29, 2006 in the Mountain Valley B&B in Estes Park. The ceremony was performed by Paul and all arrangements were made by Lynn. It couldn't have been better. Everything went very smoothly. All the guest were very impressed and complimented us on such a great choice.

We stayed the weekend and enjoyed several wonderful restaurants that were recommended by Lynn and Paul, We also enjoyed the breathtaking sights of Rocky Mountain National Park which is practically outside their door. We were also greeted each morning by as many as 20 elk foraging outside our bedroom window along with several mule deer.

The rooms are exquisitely furnished and the jacuzzi hit the spot after a very busy day. Pauls' breakfast's are to die for, something new and delicious each morning.

This was our second stay with Lynn and Paul and we plan on returning soon. They are tremendous hosts and even greater people.

We thank them for making this very special day so memorable.

Dave and Patti Darling

Outstanding B&B, Very Romantic Accommodations

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Lynn and Paul are excellent hosts! They recommended a number of restaurants and the one we went to was outstanding. The rooms are furninshed with top of the line furniture. They had many candles in the room which we used to create a very romantic atmosphere. Paul's breakfast in the morning was a perfect start to the day. We will be back next time we are in Estes Park.

Absolutely loved A Mountain Valley Home!

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Our stay with Lynn and Paul was a perfect weekend getaway....complete with romantic rooms, king sized bed with silky soft sheets and a truely gourmet breakfast courtesy of Paul. You won't regret staying at this place....you'll do what we did....look at your calender to see when you can plan your next escape! We are looking forward to going back!

Great weekend away

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My wife and I went to Estes Park for our 7-year anniversary. This was our first experience with any Bed & Breakfast. We were not sure what to expect. Lynn and Paul went out of their way to make us feel right at home. They made sure that our weekend was romantic and offered many suggestions in and around town. The room was great and was very cozy. We loved getting to know everybody and had a few laughs. Both my wife and I know where we will be staying again once we get back up there. The rooms were clean, and very quite. We loved it!

Everything I'd hoped for...and MORE!

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If you're looking for a fabulous, quiet getaway, I cannot recommend A Mountain Valley Home B&B highly enough! Paul & Lynn are the most cordial of hosts, and went out of their way to make this stay a memorable one.

The experience was "above & beyond what we could've hoped or imagined". In looking for a special place to steal away with my husband before his departure to Afghanistan, I was able to make some special arrangements with Lynn prior to our arrival. Her willingness to do whatever she could to make our weekend memorable will not quickly be forgotten.

From the Romance Package, to the exquisite decorating throughout their home, the views, the deer and elk in the yard in the morning, to dinner reservations, and Paul's fabulous breakfast, you can bet that we will hold this weekend in our hearts for a long time to come, and gladly share our recommendations with everyone!

Romantic and Relaxing

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My husband and I spent a wonderfully romantic and relaxing Saturday night at Mountain Valley Home Bed and Breakfast. Our room was spacious, immaculate and looked like a page out of House Beautiful. The jacuzzi tub and two person shower were especially delightful and the four poster bed was so warm and cozy we never wanted to leave! As if the the bed and breakfast weren't lovely enough, the view from our room was breathtaking and the six deer who peered in our window as we were waking on Sunday morning were a treat for us "city slickers!" We can't recommend the Mountain Valley Home Bed and Breakfast highly enough. Lynn and Paul are the hosts and they do an absolutely fabulous job of treating their guests like royalty and anticipating their every need. You owe it to yourself to spend some time at the Mountain Valley Home Bed and Breakfast!

Awesome Atmosphere

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We enjoyed the awesome atmosphere of the 'Bear's Den' room and felt like we were in a secluded cabin. There was beauty and calm for all the senses and really made our get-away a relaxing time together. The mountain setting is beautiful, with a multitude of outdoor activities available as well as fun local shopping. More than anything, we enjoyed our time together in the quiet of our room. To top that off is a gourmet breakfast with wonderful conversation. Gary & Jaynie

The Peak of Estes Park

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For our first visit to the Colorado Rocky Mountains, my husband and I could not have chosen a more perfect home-away-from-home than A Mountain Valley Home B&B. The accommodations were exceptional -- we stayed in the Mountain View Room complete with an in-room jacuzzi, private bath, fireplace, king-size bed, beautiful decor throughout. There are 5 guest rooms in total -- and all are wonderfully detailed. And no matter what direction you looked from the windows, you could see the Rocky Mountains! ...Just beautiful!

We also had access to a Great Room with a fireplace, DVD's, CD's, comfortable sofas, a fully-equipped kitchen and a full-sized hot tub/spa right off from the Great Room! And, wildlife was EVERYWHERE -- Mule Deer, Elk, Mountain Sheep, Rabbits. Every morning during breakfast, we were honored with the presence of a sweet Mule Deer with her two "children". We have never stayed in a more beautiful B&B in all of our many travels!

The perfection of the visit was all due to our wonderful hosts, Lynn and Paul. They made us feel completely at home during our 6-day stay. Lynn was always there to provide us with info for our daily planning -- Horseback riding at the YMCA, restaurant selections, shopping in Estes Park, hiking and driving suggestions through RMNP. And Paul greeted us every morning with the most delectable breakfasts served on the large back porch or in the lovely dining room -- Paul is quite the chef! Our talks and socializing with Lynn and Paul during the breakfast hour was as memorable as our sight-seeing of the mountains! They are spectacular people! And, it was absolutely wonderful getting to know the other guests during our stay. When we left for home, we felt like we were leaving dear friends behind.

Overall, I would say this is the best B&B we have ever stayed in on holiday, and I consider myself to be very selective. We highly recommend A Mountain Valley Home B&B. We will be telling our friends and family about this lovely B&B. And, when we return to Estes Park, we know where we will be staying!

Happy in the mountains

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My husband and I had a lovely 3 day stay with Lynn and Paul, the new owners of this property. The room was gorgeous, the bed so comfortable, and the sheets divine!! Of course, the scenery in Rocky Mountain Park is phenomenal, but sharing our breakfast with elk and deer is not MY normal AM routine! Paul mans the kitchen for a delicious out-door breakfast, with a beautiful yogurt parfait to begin and hearty entree folowups. The inn includes a comfortable downstairs great room and kitchen so one can eat-in if you choose. A hot-tub is also available to ease sore muscles after a long hike in the Park. I think inns are made by the personalities of the owners (as well as the little details), and Lynn and Paul fit the bill. I would heartily recomment this property to any one. I know you'll enjoy your stay.

Being Spoiled at the Best B&B We've Ever Stayed At

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If you want to be spoiled for a few days, then you should stay with Ed Peterson at his "A Mountain Valley Home" B&B Inn, in Estes Park.

Ed really is a perfect host. The spacious rooms of his home are spotless and tastefully decorated; our king-size bed was extremely comfortable; there was even a washer/dryer in our bathroom. And you don't hear any outside noises at all in this residential section of town. Talk about quiet!

Breakfast was on the veranda, served personally by Ed, who offered to make whatever we wanted. And, he somehow "arranged" for deer and elk to parade through the yard for his guests.

Ed Peterson also graciously prepared a picnic lunch for us one day that included smoked trout and a bottle of wine, among other delights.

We hope we can go back soon - and often - to be spoiled again by Ed Peterson at the best Bed and Breakfast we have ever stayed at.

TripAdvisor Reviews A Mountain Valley Home B&B Inn Estes Park

5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding
 

Travel Blogs from Estes Park

Let it snow.

A travel blog entry by 1mum3kids on Nov 03, 2014

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... then green. Estes park is pretty cool and is a great place for hikers. When we got into our room there was the usual argument about the pool and the kids wanting to swim and me wanting to get things organised. We settled for going for a drive to look for snow. Instead we found a chocolate factory. Woohoo. We stayed there for about an hour before trying to ...

Trail Ridge Road Rocky Mountain National Park

A travel blog entry by lindakhaas on Sep 01, 2013

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... also making hay. Pikas are about the size of a hamster and marmots are almost as big as a ground hog. As we headed up the trail we heard the pikas squeaking to each other. At one point one ran right between Larry and I on the path. Unfortunately, most of the alpine wildflowers are done by now but I did see a few. On a side path we saw mushroom rocks, dark schist on top and granite below. Because the granite erodes faster than the schist, ...

High walks!

A travel blog entry by harryj13 on Jun 15, 2013

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What a lazy start to the day. Not out of bed until nine or so, breakfast on the deck and then off to the park. Took the shuttle to Bear Lake at 9,475 feet altitude and walked the three and a half miles through the woods to Beirstein lake to pick up he shuttle to the car. Wildlife? Three butterflies and an ant carrying a seed! We reckon that we got up to 9,800 feet before dropping ...

Hotel crisis averted

A travel blog entry by hollynjym on Sep 21, 2012

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... after my visit to the dr. Which on that note…I can see some slight improvement on my arms and hands and face but my legs are still bad. I know it takes time but at least I have meds on board now.

We drove into the park briefly and looked for elk and then came back when the room was ready and I took a nap. All these pills are wiping me and I know the best time to see wildlife is dusk and dawn so I am trying to ...

Rocky Mountain Highest

A travel blog entry by cphenly on Jul 26, 2012

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... dish that was excellent. They also serve an appetizer of Fried Raviolis, which I ordered for old times' sake; St. Louis restaurants serve Toasted Ravioli--something I had never seen prior to moving there. When I ordered, in fact, I said, without thinking, that I would have the Toasted Raviolis, and it threw the waitress for a momentary loop. These were good; have some jalapeno or something in them that gives them some kick. Not the St. Louis original.
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